Published On: Fri, Apr 25th, 2014

Kokoa Magazine features AVA founder Olivier Arrindell

Olivier ArrindelWILLEMSTAD - The founder of the aviation company AVA recently had a sit down with the popular magazine Kokoa (pronounced Ko Ko Ah). Kokoa magazine is about life that regular people live in. No celebrities, no high priced fashions, no fancy foods and nothing that represents the rich and famous. According to Kokoa magazine, the AVA founder is an entrepreneur that fits into the magazine’s philosophy.

In its introduction, Kokoa describes Mr. Arrindell as an entrepreneur in the aviation sector, who has wonderful insights into doing business in the Caribbean and America. During the interview Mr. Arrindell showed that success is not an overnight thing, but rather the end result of an entrepreneur’s determination to stay on course and focus to see their visions and goals come through fruition in spite of the seen and unseen odds.

“Mr. Arrindell is a true advocate to being aware and guarding one’s self with the raw and unfiltered truth and elements in the entrepreneurial world that can pose a threat to one’s success. He is a determined and “no holes barred” kind of entrepreneur who tells it like it is in the hopes of being able to inspire others to go after what they want, but not being deterred off course by all the negative elements in the entrepreneurial world,” the magazine stated.

Click here to read more about the interview.

Mr. Olivier Arrindell recently presented his plans to start a new airline here in Curacao. The aviation company is currently in the process of applying for its Air Operator's Certificate (AOC). They already signed a lease agreement for two aircrafts type Airbus.

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